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Hi Experts,

I want an overview of the folder tree of my data. I can do this with the 'tree' command in the command prompt. But i don't want all the files, but just the folder tree. Is there a switch for the tree command to only show the folder structure?
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You can use 3rd party windows applications or windows command to get the directory Tree


tree /f > tree.txt

http://www.groovypost.com/howto/microsoft/list-directory-contents-to-a-printable-and-readable-txt-file/
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Give WinDirStat a try - this will do what you need and more!

http://windirstat.info/

Hope this helps!
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Thanks for your help! I used WinDirStat, nice tool!
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